CCFA in the News

Alum Michelle Barrett Ferrier (MA '01) was named dean of the School Journalism & Graphic Communication at Florida A& M University.
Tallahassee Democrat

Marc Perrusquia joins UofM staff as distinguished journalist in residence
Memphis Business Journal

Instititute of Public Service Reporting created at the UofM
Commercial Appeal

CCFA participates in initiatives to improve local education
Memphis Business Journal

Youth participate in Dixon Art Camp at the UofM
The Daily News

Young architecture firm designs with the community in mind (features UofM alum Tim Michael)
Memphis Business Journal

Artists Sue City of Memphis for Painting Over Sanctioned Murala

'Border Door' provided a poetic welcome to immigrants 30 years ago. An art show brings back its message
LA Times

Winners announced in Tennessee AP college journalism awards
The Washington Times

"Music for Martin" Concert Premieres Cutting-edge Works
Memphis Flyer

Executive profile: Terrell Gatewood of KQ Communications
Memphis Business Journal

University of Memphis to Name Public Relations Fellow in Honor of SSPR Founder Steve Simon

"At the River I Stand," film by Communication Professors David Appleby, Allison Graham and Steve Ross, will be featured in Martin Scorsese's New Film Course, Portraits of America
Martin Scorsese’s New Film Course: ‘Portraits of America’ Teaches Democracy Through Chaplin, Coppola, and More

Communication Professor Andre Johnson cited in national, international recap article about MLK50
National, international media highlighted problems and potential of Memphis during MLK50
The Commercial Appeal

Architecture students present master plan for Aspell Recovery Center
WBBJ TV7 Jackson, TN

Dr. Earnestine Jenkins talks about Protecting the Legacy, a statewide project organized by Chick History
Chick History works to record African American women's political history
Murfreesboro Voice

Alum Tesfa Wondemagegnehu directs Northwest Suburban All-Conference Choir
Music festival’s finale does not disappoint
Star News

Art Education exhibition attracts artists of all ages
Daily Helmsman

UofM Professor Roxane Coche pushes for new measure of Olympic success
U of M professor pushes for new measure of Olympic success
WMC Action News 5

Journalism and Strategic Media alum Scott Williams presents his research at the Smithsonian
McIntyre presented at Smithsonian
Gallipolis Daily Tribune

School of Music alum Tesfa Yohannes Wondemagegnehu performs at Tarleton State University
Tarleton hosts singer, composer and conductor Wondemagegnehu
The Flash Today

Exhibition features Paul Revere Williams work collected as part of AMUM and AIA Memphis initiative
Photography exhibit highlights the pioneering work of Paul Revere Williams
The Architects Newspaper

Communication Assistant Professor Andre E. Johnson speaks at Williamette University's MLK Celebration
MLK celebration inspires the Willamette community to take action
Williamette University News

University unites high school voices for Rose Theatre concert
The Daily Helmsman

Play by Daryl Lisa Fazio, MFA in Graphic Design, to be used in SheWrites, a national playwriting competition for women
Atlanta's Synchronicity Theatre to present 2018 SHEWRITES New Play Festival

Big Show! Big Tent! The Indie Memphis Film Festival celebrates 20 years of movies that matter
(Featuring Kelly Chandler, UofM Film and Video Production student)
The Memphis Flyer

Drew Erwin is Keeping It Simple: After appearing on America's Got Talent, the artist goes acoustic
The Memphis Flyer

Dr. Eletra S. Gilchrist-Petty (PhD Communication alum) Writes Book Examining "Deviant Communication in Teacher-Student Interactions
UAH professor's book examines "Deviant Communication in Teacher-Student Interactions"
University of Alabama in Huntsville News

Mikah Meyer (Music alum) travels the country taking openly gay outdoors photos
Have You Ever Seen an Openly Gay Guy in an Outdoors Ad?
Outside Magazine

Dr. Ranta honored with brass note on Beale Street Walk of Fame

‘Desert to Delta’ exhibition showcases Saudi contemporary art in Memphis
Arab News

Alum Jason Isbell Performs at Memphis Music Festival
Mempho-bound Jason Isbell rises to the top of the songwriter ranks by focusing on the 'right details'
The Commercial Appeal

Studio Arts Major Participiates in Paint Memphis
‘Paint Memphis’ brings color to desolate areas in Bluff City
The Daily Helmsman

Students and Alumni Participate in TN Shakespeare Company's Free Shout-Out Series: Outdoor performance to be held at UofM
TN Shakespeare Company Launches Free Shout-Out Series in Shelby County

Promoters Exporting Authenticity Of Memphis Music in Another Way (Megan Carolan-MA, '14)
The Daily News

Listen Up: Jeremiah Matthews (MFA, '16)
The Memphis Flyer

Greely Myatt on trees and conversation bubbles
The Memphis Flyer

Don't censor Confederate statues; add more context and diversity by Tom Hrach, Journalism and Strategic Media professor
The Commercial Appeal

Screen Visions: 'Nutty Professor' and 'Hustle & Flow' directors to be at free fest for students in grades 7-12
The Commercial Appeal

Memphis native Chris Ellis' killer caricatures bring to life the famous dead
The Commercial Appeal

Karen Barclay, MFA Alum, Shares Eclectic Vision in New Exhibit
Daily Corinthian

What Is Womanist Preaching? by Kimberly Johnson, Communication Alum
Patheos Blog

Kevin Brooks, Communication Alum, Chosen As a Finalist for 2017 Memphis Film Prize
Big Money, Little Films: The Memphis Film Prize Returns
The Commercial Appeal

Art Professor Beth Edwards Chosen 2017 River Arts Festival Poster Artist
River Arts Memphis

Camp helps Memphis students discover new passion for art
NBC Action News 5

Here & Now Host Interviews Otis Sanford About Role of Race in Memphis Politics 
The Longtime Role Of Race In Memphis Politics
WBUR 90.9 (Boston's NPR Station)

Memphis Cinematographer Ryan Earl Parker, Department of Communication Alum, Moves On
Beifuss: Memphis cinematographer Ryan Earl Parker moves on
The Commercial Appeal

Communication Alum Kevin Brooks' New Political-Racial Film Stars Art Alum Lawrence Matthews and Is Co-Produced by Communication Student Asia Sims
Screen Visions: Memphis Filmmaker Goes the Extra 'Myles'; Lisle Goes to a New Job
The Commercial Appeal

Otis Sanford Talks About His New Book
A Century of Memphis Politics Still Influenced by 'Boss' Crump

Twin Art Alums Featured in Nashville Arts Magazine
Nashville Arts